Radhika Maira Tabrez is a writer, trainer and motivational speaker. She has over twelve years of experience in Learning and Development. She now lives in Unchahar with her husband and four-year-old son. Her debut novel In The Light Of Darkness was released by Readomania this August and has been receiving rave reviews.

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Husband and Wife Romance after having a baby | Bonobology

Baby in, romance out

Radhika Tabrez
Radhika Tabrez
Posted on : 16 Jan 2017

"Managing a pan-India team of over 80 people was easier than handling a six-pound baby," she confesses

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Some Me Time | Bonobology

Some 'me' time after the baby

Radhika Tabrez
Radhika Tabrez
Posted on : 23 Sep 2016

Travelling solo for the first time since having a baby, she gained a new perspective on being in a relationship from choice, not need

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Radhika Tabrez Commented

16 Jan 2017

Comment : I think a feeling of loss is only natural in such a situation. There has to be a proper grieving process after any separation to make sure whenever one does manage to move on, it is after being fully healed.

Do you feel lost after the separation as if the everlasting love is just a myth?


Radhika Tabrez

Radhika Tabrez Commented

23 Sep 2016

Comment : Buy some nice handmade paper. Write down a nice letter to her. About how much she means to you. About how she has helped you grow as a person. About what great things you envisage for her. Sticks few pictures of the two of you. If she likes it, she can get it framed and hang it.

I know this is perhaps not the right forum to discuss gifting ideas but I am at my wits end trying to decide what to get for my girlfriend's birthday! She is someone who prefers personalised gifts and I am someone who has no clue about how to make it special that way! So, gents and ladies, please help me out!


Radhika Tabrez

Radhika Tabrez Commented

30 Aug 2016

Comment : I'm too tempted to say, that most of the men are barely involved enough in their marriages to have many feelings. It's not sports, you see... But on a serious note, I think they have been hardwired by society to either not have any feelings or at least not put them on display as often as women do.

I find that women find it easy to talk about partners, men like to keep mum? Is it that they do not feel as much or they just think it is strictly private business?


Radhika Tabrez

Radhika Tabrez Commented

30 Aug 2016

Comment : I believe the secret to a good marriage, or any good relationship really, lies in open and fluid communication. When those lines get choked for any reason - mistrust, ego, or simply lack of time - misunderstandings start to pile up. And not ling, before they eat up the very foundations of a marriage like termite. So for me, as long as a couple is talking, honestly and openly, they are strengthening their bond.

Marriages are made in heaven, but they are lived here on earth. What makes a good, fulfilled marriage? How far do couples travel along, hand in hand, to reach this state?



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